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A lone goal from Kelsey Walker sealed top spot
in the standings for defending North Zone league
champion St Francois Girls College, which trumped
Bishop s Anstey 1-0, in the Girls BGTT First Citizens
Secondary Schools Football League at Dibe Recre-
ation Ground, Long Circular Road, on Thursday.
Walker s effort put St Francois a point ahead of
Tranquility Secondary, which won two of its opening
matches thus far, but remains with a match in hand.
Tranquility enjoyed its latest win by a 3-0 scoreline
over Providence Girls. In its previous win, Tranquility
eased past St Joseph s Convent Port-of-Spain 6-1.
Tomorrow, the North Zone will ignite with a clash
of the top two teams, St Francois and Tranquility,
at Tranquility Grounds, Queen s Park Savannah,
from 3 pm.
In the South Zone, reigning Big-Four and coca-
Cola InterCol champion Debe Secondary remained
with its 100 per cent winning record, with a 3-0
win over Mayaro.
Also maintaining a 100 per cent winning steak
was East Zone s reigning champion St Augustine,
which was the only victorious team of the zone on
Thursday. The team eased past San Juan North 3-
1. Arima North and El Dorado East played to a goalless
draw as did St George s College and Toco Secondary.
Trailing St Augustine is San Juan North, which won
both of its league fixtures before losing to the new
Signal Hill's captain Darion Joefield (left) and Shaquille Carrington (centre) battle
for the ball as Bon Accord Government beat Signal Hill Government 7-1 in their
semifinal clash in the Godrick Alfred Cup at Shaw Park yesterday.
National Primary Schools Football champion Bon
Accord Government Primary and rival Whim Angli-
can will battle for the Godrick Alfred Primary Schools
Knockout Cup after both teams scored commanding
wins in their semifinal matches at the Shaw Park
recreational grounds yesterday.
Bon Accord whipped Signal Hill Government 7-1
while Whim dismissed Bethesda Government 9-1.
Both teams will play in a rematch of last year s finals
where Bon Accord edged Whim 1-0.
Playing in the first match, Bon Accord showed their
class from early in the game with superior skill and
height and took the lead in the sixth minute, when
Nigel Burnett intercepted a goal kick out from Signal
Hill s defense and slotted in the ball past the diving
keeper Renaldo Miller.
Signal Hill s captain Darion Joefield, was busy in
the defence, but could not keep out the Bon Accord
strikers. On the end Tyreek Bruce was up front for
Signal Hill running down the right wing but his crosses
were quickly cleared by Bon Accord defenders.
Four minutes later, Daniel Marcelle found the back
of the net for the winners when he scored from a
corner. Hamilton Bristol made it 3-0 when he was
on mark from a cross from Burnett with Shaquille
Carrington getting the team s fourth scoring from yet
another cross much to the delight of the chanting
and cheering Bon Accord supporters. The first half
Kyle Jack continued the scoring in the second half
as he dribbled past several defenders before scoring.
Burnett got his double in the 53rd minute as he pounced
on a rebound. Bristol and Hamilton mounted several
of Bon Accord s attacks along with Burnett who made
his moves from the right flank.
Signal Hill managed to get on the score sheet when
Jamal Samuel netted in the 49th minute. Bazil Lovell
completed the onslaught for Bon Accord getting the
final item five minutes before the final whistle.
The Godrick Alfred Cup finals are set for Thursday
at the same venue during the opening of Tobago Zone
of the Atlantic Primary Schools Football League.
Bon Accord, Whim into
Godrick Alfred KO finals
(NB all matches kick off at
Tranquility v St Francois,
Bishop's PoS v Holy Name,
St Joseph's v Providence, St
El Dorado East v St Augustine,
San Juan North v St George's,
Toco Secondary v Arima North,
Mayaro v Fyzabad, Mayaro
Siparia East v Debe, Siparia
Signal Hill v Bishop's Tobago,
Roxborough v Mason Hall,
Scarborough v Speyside, Shaw
TOMORROW'S GIRLS SSFL
St Francois takes
North Zone lead
...St Augustine, Debe remain unbeaten
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